Q: Do they still make the four square crackers?

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A square can be drawn with four lines.

A bigger square!

Make a square using four of the sticks. Make an identical square with the other four sticks. Place the second square so that it overlaps one quarter of the first square. The third square is the small square created by the overlap and is 1/4 the size of the bigger squares.

One square and four triangles.

Yes. When the lines are used to make a square, they're called "sides" of the square.

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wish I knew, I think they disappeared like they never exited.

No

Low Fat Ritz crackers are still on the shelves of my local grocery, so I guess they do.

Yes. You can find them in Walgreens,and Weis Markets.

A square can be drawn with four lines.

Unfortunately, no, the company does not make them any longer. Their production stopped years ago.

they may, but the ones you mean are made by "Christie" Nabisco discontinued these in the US. As stated, they are produced by Christie Bakeries in Canada. This company is the Canadian arm of Kraft Foods/Nabisco. It is the same identical recipe as the old ones we know in the US...... They also still make the Bacon Crackers as well.

Triangles (four of) and a square.One square as base and four triangles as sides.

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A bigger square!

Make a square using four of the sticks. Make an identical square with the other four sticks. Place the second square so that it overlaps one quarter of the first square. The third square is the small square created by the overlap and is 1/4 the size of the bigger squares.

One square and four triangles.